Posted in Health Hurricane Recovery

Kings Road Subdivision boil water notice lifted

Effective immediately, the Precautionary Boil Water Notice-PBWN- issued by the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority on 9-21-20, as a result of Hurricane Sally for the following…

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Boil water notice partially lifted

ECUA’s sampling team undertook an aggressive sampling effort that began on Friday afternoon in order to help us clear the system-wide Precautionary Boil Water Notice…

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Update from ECUA

The ECUA water system is now pressurized to the point that allows us to begin our sampling protocol, with approval from our partners at FDEP….

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Curfew may change on Saturday

Sheriff David Morgan is requesting Escambia County change its curfew to midnight to six a.m. starting Saturday evening. ECUA has started sampling protocols and hopes…

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Posted in Health Pensacola

Presser Notes: Sally & Masks

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly As Sally strengthened from a Tropical Storm into a Hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico Monday, Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson said…

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COVID testing sites closing for Sally

Due to Tropical Storm Sally and expected deteriorating conditions, Community Health Northwest Florida (CHNWF) made the following decisions to protect staff and patients: Jordan Street…

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Escambia keeps weekly positivity rate below 6%

  Last week, the positivity rate for Escambia County dropped slightly from 5.65% to 5.38%. Reported deaths also decreased from 15 to 6 – the…

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Jail testing breakthrough

Since early July, the county commissioners have pushed for more COVID testing at the county jail. At four public meetings, they told by the county…

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Escambia COVID-19 numbers

  Escambia County added 58 new cases and two deaths. The positivity rate for Sept. 3 was 6.05% on 893 test results. The median age…

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